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Bob Straub State Park

Bob Straub State Park
Sea grass guides a trail along the Nestucca Sand Spit
Location Tillamook County, Oregon, USA
Nearest city Pacific City, OR
Coordinates

45°10′59″N 123°57′54″W / 45.1831599°N 123.9651164°W / 45.1831599; -123.9651164Coordinates: 45°10′59″N 123°57′54″W / 45.1831599°N 123.9651164°W / 45.1831599; -123.9651164[1]

Area 484 acres (196 ha)
Operated by Oregon Parks and Recreation Department

Bob Straub State Park is a 484-acre (196 ha)[2] state park in Pacific City, Tillamook County, Oregon, United States. It is named for former Oregon Governor Robert W. Straub. The park encompasses the Nestucca Sand Spit and is bordered by the Pacific Ocean to the west and Nestucca River to the east.

Services

  • Picknicking
  • Marine mammal watching
  • Wildlife watching
  • Fishing
  • Dunes
  • Beach access
  • Horseback Riding

References

External links

  • Bob Straub State Park


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